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Releasing later this year on May 21, Crumbling World definitely has a curious setting. An action-RPG where the world is just falling apart and decomposing around you. Each play-through is procedurally generated so not only is it unique each time, the world is crumbling around you and so you're forced to keep moving.

Dani Marti and Dume Arts recently put out a fresh Beta demo, which includes Linux support too! They also have this brand new trailer:

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Feature Highlight:

  • Choose between 7 characters, spanning 5 different classes
  • Do battle with over 40 types of unique enemies and bosses.
  • Explore 5 crumbling procedurally-generated regions.
  • Three difficulty levels - pick which suits you best, or battle through all three to prove your worth.
  • Engage in hack & slash inspired real-time combat.
  • Fully customise your character build with flexible skills and upgrades.

If you want to have a go you can find the demo on and Game Jolt, plus you can wishlist/follow on Steam for release on May 21.

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s0la Apr 15, 2020
Art style reminds me of Albion :)
omicron-b Apr 15, 2020
Played the demo and posted some feedback here in Steam
I like the idea behind the game
14 Apr 19, 2020
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Low poly combined with lame colors does not go well IMO. Looks like a tech demo or proof of concept. Deep Rock is low poly but the colors are very vibrant with lots of variation and great lighting. Way better, visually.

The mechanics look alright though.
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